11:07 - Mr. Strawberry Nowadays, Shouting costs money...:( better off being dumb on MS
11:00 - !J.O.O.E.! God Buster, I'm PMing you my PayPal, so you can send me the money it costs for me in bandwidth to display your posts and shouts.
10:57 - !J.O.O.E.! Like when Instagram first came out, everything had really massive borders and really obvious filters. Doesn't seem as bad on there these days though.
10:55 - Mr. Strawberry To me, you're wrong all the time, but no worries, you're always right in public eyes because your taste is very "commercial" :) most importantly you've to feel good for yourself is enough :0
Here we go, episode 2. Now with slightly better video quality. We'll come back to rhythm guitar later; today we're going to look at some different arpeggio shapes. I like these shapes a lot and use them quite often in my own playing. They're a great way to come up with some "out of the box" ideas and create some very open sounding melodies and licks. The goal is to learn each shape individually, be able to create ideas and expand on the individual chord arpeggio. Just play around with each one, you'll come up it something. After that, if you can string them together, you'll be able to move up the fretboard easily. Take your time, accuracy is more important than speed.